Portfolio of Work:
Content Managed Web Sites (Page 1)
Client: Qatar Energy Partners
Location: Doha, Qatar
Qatar Energy Partners approached Ampheon to build a content management system for their energy production and marine services company. The site utilised Ampheon’s bespoke CMS system featuring a search engine friendly web page address structure, and also included RSS feeds from multiple RSS sources that were amalgamated into a single news stream.
Client: Optimum Asset Management
Optimum Asset Management approached Ampheon to build a content-managed web site, based mainly on our experience in the Banking / Finance sector. The site was build on a PHP / mySQL framework, and offered the client an easy-to-use custom-written content management system where their administrator could manage all content, including the meta title, description and keyword tags for search engine optimisation. We also added in some basic best practice SEO techniques to help give the site an initial boost on Google.
Unitas is a leading global container leasing and finance company, and approached Ampheon to build a web site to allow them to advertise their company globally. The content-managed site needed to be bi-lingual (English and Chinese) and to allow ease of use for site administrators who had little or no experience of managing web sites. Ampheon's custom-written CMS system met the needs of the client perfectly.
Client: Plena Group
Plena Group, a family investment house, requested Ampheon to develop a multi-lingual content-managed (CMS) web site. The site includes a custom-written back-end system that allows English as well as Arabic and Chinese text to be added to the site, and the entire system was designed to be easy-to-use so that no training in special software was required. The content management system also includes a special section where the site administrator can manage Portfolio, Industry and Location information for tabular presentation onto the web site.
Client: The London Cycle Network
This flagship project was developed for the organisation responsible for London's cycle network. The client required a system allowing full management of content, including layered password protection for restricted content. The system also incorporated third party mapping tools to provide dynamic mapping of London's cycle routes.
"It means a lot for us to finally be able to share information with the various project stakeholders and to change our minds if and when we see fit do so. Your CMS permits this activity in a unique way and it really seems eons ahead of the competition."
London Cycle Network
Client: Makalu Expedition 2008
This content managed site was build on behalf of the Ministry of Defence for their 50th anniversary expedition to the Nepalese Himalaya. The site required the ability for the four teams to be able to log on and update a blog on a regular basis via a satellite connection from the mountain. In addition to the core blog management, the site also allows for updating of all content including a guestbook, a gallery, training, the teams and the expeditions sponsors and supporters.
We were approached by the Association for Student Residential Accommodation to build a new content-managed web site that included the ability to manage all menu items, all content and a list of members who have access to securely restricted content. The site was also required to be accessible, which as with all Ampheon-designed sites was included as standard.
Client: Mayfair School
Ampheon were requested to build a content-managed site that also included an online booking facility for English language courses in London. Ampheon’s extensive experience in the EFL industry helped in the definition of how the site should be laid out, how the booking system should work, and how to organise the content.
Client: Whitewater Leasing
Ampheon were requested to build an online car leasing web site that allowed the administrator to update vehicle and special offer rates, and for site visitors to browse and make enquiries. The site also included a leasing wizard to determine the best type of leasing for the site visitor.
Client: The Archdiocese of Southwark
The Archdiocese required a web site to support the Ongoing Formation of Priests project that provide training to Catholic priests. The site is entirely controlled via a control management facility enabling the client to add, modify, and remove both the general site content as well as the course and event information.
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